Think all the ways to serve eggs for breakfast have been exhausted? Think again. Somewhat similar to shakshuka, menemen is a cross between scrambled eggs and a vegetable stew. Tomatoes, onions and peppers are cooked down to a savory broth, then eggs are quickly whisked in and broiled by the simmering tomato juice to form this filling, yet light breakfast staple. Additionally, cheese or sucuk, a spicy sausage, are ingredients often added to enrich the flavor. Any breakfast-goer would be remiss not to use liberal amounts of bread to dip and spoon out this goopy goodness.